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Why do not all whales of all kinds travel in herds?
Answer 1:

Whales travel in groups called pods. There can be as few as 3 to over 50. If a whale is seen by itself it may be due to being separated from the pod or the pod is so spread out that humans only see one whale when actually there are many with a large radius.



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